Wow that’s in the Eula huh? Bummer
I guess they could just stop us then.
And since everyone with the java copy also gets the new version, it makes that crappy line in the EULA that much harder to challenge in court. Cause they can make you sign anything, but that doesn’t mean it holds up legally. It just means you need money to fight it.
Thinking about that,sure it was to increase adoption, but that’s probably also a good portion of the reason they gave the new version to everyone with the java version.
And btw I wasn’t trolling, I was legitamatly curious as to why it would be bad. Typing stream of consiousness tgoughts on the matter. The answer is simply their EULA “allows” them to revoke our access.